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Linking all branches to Master is just great.
When I detect a wrong translation, I just have to change Master and all branches are changed with it.
So please do  not unlink old branches from Master.

Kind regards,

Ming H. schreef op 25.12.2020 15:50:
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From: "Sérgio Marques"<>;
To: "Lista de tradução Libreoffice"<>;

Hi Christian and all,

I don't know if the team is thinking about removing older projects from weblate but for Portuguese language, I can assure you that you can remove
all 6.x projects because I'm the only one working on Libreoffice
translation and, for sure, I won't be touching that files anymore.

Sérgio didn't elaborate the reason he wants the 6.x translations removed, so
I'd like to concur and add a few comments about my experiences.

Currently all five UI branches -- 6.3, 6.4, 7.0, 7.1, and master are
linked together,
so that changing translation of one old string on Weblate would trigger five changes, one in each branch. I assume for Help it's the same situation.

This clutters quite a few places like my Profile > Recent Changes,
History of the
language overview page, etc. So if for whatever reason the old branches should
be kept (I can think of a few), unlink them from master/7.1 so that
they won't be
automatically updated would be desirable.


So if you think a good idea, please remove all Portuguese related files for
those projects.


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